Tiny walnut caterpillars that don’t get eaten and appear in the late summer are ravenous.
Milkweed bugs have striking black and orange X-shaped patterns on their backs and are easily observed on milkweed plants.
The red spotted purple is one of two varieties of brush-footed butterflies that have the scientific name Limenitis arthemis.
Wasps, especially yellow jackets, have been out in full force, and folks are noticing and fearing them.
Rust tide is in the news again, reported recently in Long Island waters.
Though edible, stout razor clams are not often seen at fish markets or on menus.
Should you whine if you have wineberries, an invasive species and delicious delicacy?
It has been estimated that the chance of getting attacked and killed by a shark are 1 in 3,748,067.
Tom Hodgson of West Tisbury has a few turtle tales to tell. 

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